Lebanese cuisine

Wilda Rashid | News, Sports, Jobs

Wilda L. Rashid, 94, of Warren, Pa., Died on Saturday July 10, 2021 at Wat-son Memorial Home, where she had resided since June 2012. She was born January 31, 1927 to the late Willis L. English and Emma Johnson English. She graduated from Warren Area High School in 1945 and …

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On the road: switch to wind turbines

The Trump-Pence and Make America Great campaign signs so evident throughout the Hill Country and points to the west just a few months ago have mostly disappeared now. This in no way suggests a change in the political landscape, but the visual respite from the controversial and ultimately violent post-election …

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Moroccan cook educates Filipino palate

Growing up in a Moroccan family and being the eldest daughter, helping was instinctive. In Moroccan culture, it was common for us children to tidy up the house, do the dishes and, above all, help with the cooking. I remember I was little watching other girls love dolls and dresses. …

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FOOD: Make an advanced tomato tabbouleh | Food

The world has its share of tabbouleh recipes. The bulgur and parsley salad from the Lebanese hills has been making the rounds, finding homes in many cultures, with countless regional variations. And I can improve them all, like a magic wand, with something I learned from a farmer in Montana. …

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Pepper from the Levant

The first dish that comes to mind when you think of Lebanese is hummus, right? A creamy and flavorful paste of chickpeas and a dash of lemon along with other magical ingredients – hummus is considered one of the world’s most beloved appetizers. But luckily, that’s not where the goodness …

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